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Declare His Glory

Declare His Glory

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In recent decades, evangelical worship has been changing faster than at any time since the Reformation, as a result of renewed Biblical study and rapid cultural change. Churches which have inherited a distinctive and now formalised 'Brethren' style of worship have been under intense pressure to respond to the twin challenges of moder popular worship and the 'Charismatic' movement. This edition is a major adaptation of the original, with an introduction by Jonathan Lamb (currently Chairman of the Keswick Convention), a new chapter on worship and the Lord's Supper, and revised and much-expanded material on the practice of worship today. John Baigent's thorough Biblical foundation for worship remains, as do John Allan's brilliant treatment of music, movement and silence in worship and Peter Cousins' reflections on worship and life.

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In recent decades, evangelical worship has been changing faster than at any time since the Reformation, as a result of renewed Biblical study and rapid cultural change. Churches which have inherited a distinctive and now formalised 'Brethren' style of worship have been under intense pressure to respond to the twin challenges of moder popular worship and the 'Charismatic' movement. This edition is a major adaptation of the original, with an introduction by Jonathan Lamb (currently Chairman of the Keswick Convention), a new chapter on worship and the Lord's Supper, and revised and much-expanded material on the practice of worship today. John Baigent's thorough Biblical foundation for worship remains, as do John Allan's brilliant treatment of music, movement and silence in worship and Peter Cousins' reflections on worship and life.
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In recent decades, evangelical worship has been changing faster than at any time since the Reformation, as a result of renewed Biblical study and rapid cultural change. Churches which have inherited a distinctive and now formalised 'Brethren' style of worship have been under intense pressure to respond to the twin challenges of moder popular worship and the 'Charismatic' movement. This edition is a major adaptation of the original, with an introduction by Jonathan Lamb (currently Chairman of the Keswick Convention), a new chapter on worship and the Lord's Supper, and revised and much-expanded material on the practice of worship today. John Baigent's thorough Biblical foundation for worship remains, as do John Allan's brilliant treatment of music, movement and silence in worship and Peter Cousins' reflections on worship and life.
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Meet the Author

H Rowden (Ed)

Dr. H.H. Rowdon was a teacher of several generations of students at the London Bible College and a historian of the Brethren movement.

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  • Catalogue Code 134061
  • Product Code 0900128208
  • EAN 9780900128202
  • Pages 136
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Church Life/issues
  • Publisher Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date Oct 1998
  • Sales Rank #27771
  • Dimensions 220 x 136 x 11 mm
  • Weight 0.185kg

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